A cold Pilsner tastes great under in weather conditions, but it’s just that much better on a hot day. And while other parts of the world prohibit you from enjoying an alcoholic beverage the way it should be – outside (looking your way, US) – Prague does not have any of these annoying limitations, except some parts of the city centre. So where do you have a Pilsner outside? We have three tips. First, the Letná beer garden in the Letna district, just across the bridge from the Old Town. Sure, the Gambrinus beer is standard-issue lager that is unlikely to blow your mind, but the view might. Bring your own food. Second, the Riegrovy sady beer garden on the border of Vinohrady and Zizkov districts, with a capacity of 1400 people and kegs that don’t last more than 15 minutes. Pro tip: just take your beer (and, optionally, burgers from the nearby Tavern) to the sloped park just 3 minutes away that oversees the entire city centre. The best spot to see the sun set over Prague. Third: Lokal Hamburk in the Karlin district. The fresh Pilsners served by Lokal pubs are good by themselves, but renting a beach chair and sitting down among the locals in the Karlinske namesti square park is a thing lasting travel memories are made of.
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